A government watchdog is joining the chorus of others suggesting's it's time for President Donald Trump to take action against special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Many conservatives are voicing frustration as Mueller continues to add known Democratic attorneys to his legal team, and those complaints heated up in recent days when it was leaked that he had empanelled a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C.
Speaking to Fox News recently, Judicial Watch head investigator Chris Farrell says Mueller should go public with the alleged crimes he will present to the grand jury.
"And then I would appoint a panel with two leaders, one Dem and one Republican," Farrell suggest. "Let them address Russian collusion then dismiss Mr. Mueller and get it over with."
He went on to name two leaders for such a panel: former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani and Joe Lieberman, the former U.S. senator.
OneNewsNow has reported on the cozy relationship between Mueller and fired FBI Director James Comey (pictured above with Mueller), which goes back decades.
An Aug. 7 Townhall story about Mueller's investigation recalled that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has stated Mueller is not on a "fishing expedition" and understands the scope of his investigation.
Mueller must seek permission to chase alleged crimes beyond his current investigation, Rosenstein told Fox News Sunday.
The same Townhall story, quoting legal observers, says Mueller seems to be looking closely at Donald Trump Jr. and his alleged willingness to collude with the Russians to hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign last year.
As the grand jury drama heats up, Farrell's advice to Trump is to keep going around the media and "keep talking directly to the American public."